Environmental Policy

The big cats, along with three bears, have put Oklahoma's G.W. Zoo behind them, and now reside at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado.
The "Grace and Frankie" star marked the first virtual "Fire Drill Friday" with a nod to her past.
Scientists have some issues with Netflix's hit documentary on zookeeper Joe Exotic.
The COP26 was scheduled to take place in Glasgow, Scotland, in November.
Breathing dirty air damages our health and can create underlying conditions that dramatically elevate the risk of complications and death from COVID-19.
Hardly any ice covered the Great Lakes this winter. Is this the new normal?
The iconic structure was hit with devastating, back-to-back bleaching in 2016 and 2017.
Thwarting the coronavirus means washing hands and staying hydrated. That's not easy for the 2 million Americans still without plumbing in 2020.
Researchers said the creatures could be filling the biological role once played by extinct animals like giant llamas.
The company faces more than $30 billion in potential liabilities from California wildfires in 2017 and 2018 linked to its equipment.
The global lockdowns put in place to combat the coronavirus have also been dramatically reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
The fight against climate change isn't going away; it's going online.
Proponents hope the simple stickers will make consumers question their own use of fossil fuels.
Previously, Marrz Balaoro wed couples in secret to avoid being arrested.
New air travel and border restrictions are disrupting the refugee resettlement process.
Both are urgent global crises, both are taking lives ― but our reactions are very different. Climate experts explain why.
After a devastating storm, the island of Barbuda struggles to maintain its identity.
The activist urged her supporters to "find new ways to create public awareness & advocate for change that don’t involve too big crowds."
Citing the World Meteorological Organization’s 2019 climate assessment, António Guterres warned that global climate action is "way off track."
The Great Lake State sits at the confluence of America’s intersecting water crises.